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Healthy marijuana? - What, if any, are the health benefits of marijuana? Today on Insight, we continue our look at Prop. 215 10 years after it was passed by California voters. The proposition allows people with a doctor's recommendation to use marijuana as medicine. You'll hear from experts on both sides of the issue, including a doctor and patient.
Student fitness - California students are leading sedentary lives according to the California Department of Education's 2006 Physical Fitness Test results. You'll hear why this can be a problem for students.
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Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; marijuana; medical marijuana; prop 215; student fitness; California Department of Education's 2006 Physical Fitness Test
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Subject: Insight: Healthy marijuana? / Student fitness
This was a good show. I mainly just listened to this for the healthy marijuana discussion and I am glad I did. I did not stay to listen to the short story about the fitness level of students in California. I appreciate that fact that most of air time in this episode went to the first topic. Not that student fitness isn't important I just don't think much about the issue on my own and or see many obvious or quick answers and also figure that if most Americans do not think about fitness as well then there is not much that I can think of on my own or with others that may positively change that outlook on a grass roots level. I thought this was a five star episode though.